It is known that Virtual Scanning is a cognitive technology that translates electro-physiology arising from biophotons
emission into clinical information. The technology promises diagnostic and therapeutic applicability for all categories
of migraine. We present a case of migraine in which the patient testifies that the technology helped to alleviate the
physiological symptoms. The biochemical basis for anti-platelet medication vis-à-vis stasis and thrombogenesis in migraine
and the technology is highlighted. The validity of the clinical benefits of light therapy and Virtual Scanning technology
in particular, which can be employed as an emerging non-invasive option to manage migraine, requires a consideration
and research in order to develop a framework for integration into conventional medical practice.